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Mon Jan 31
Tue Feb 01
In this workshop, students will create zines and learn about their history and importance in the art world. Participants will use various art forms and be encouraged to explore new ways of getting creative, whether that’s through drawing, painting, poetry, clip art, flower pressings.
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Wed Feb 02
In this workshop, students will join local artist and roboticist Brock Gratz for a four week class where they will be able to customize their own simple remote controlled robot to climb, race, fight and draw its way through a set of challenges on the final day!
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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Feb 03
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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This four-week series is for dancers who have moderate experience and are prepared to develop their skills to an intermediate level. Each class in the series is designed to help you become a more knowledgeable and technically confident dancer.
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Tricia at the RCA is back! To mark her return, we're pleased to host a special performance of Tricia with Major Mambo on October 7, 2021. Tickets for this special event are available below. On November 4, Tricia will be appearing solo, and on December 2, she will be appearing once more with Major Mambo. Tricia Dalgleish was born and raised in British Columbia, and makes her home in Kelowna, BC. She began playing piano at the age of five, and has spent her life deeply involved in music. Tricia has been performing professionally on the piano and with various ensembles for over 20 years. She is currently playing and singing in Major Mambo, a Latin band, as well as performing in various combos and on a solo basis. Over the past ten years, Tricia has also worked on a contract basis for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines as part of a nine piece band. *Note: It is strongly recommended that registered patrons come at least 5 minutes before the show starts. Otherwise, slots would be opened to walk-in guests.
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This progressive, four-week Salsa series will start from the very basics. Together with your classmate's you'll gradually build new material and moves, becoming a more confident dancer.
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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Fri Feb 11
Making music with family members – both literal and honorary – is one of life’s great joys. Fanny Mendelssohn composed side by side with her brother Felix, while in his time, Joseph Bologne was venerated alongside his musical kin, Mozart. Recent OSYO grads Holly McCallum and Angela Zeng have played duets together since they started studying the cello. Our annual Side-by-Side with OSO and OSYO captures this same spirit of family music making.
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Sat Feb 12
Making music with family members – both literal and honorary – is one of life’s great joys. Fanny Mendelssohn composed side by side with her brother Felix, while in his time, Joseph Bologne was venerated alongside his musical kin, Mozart. Recent OSYO grads Holly McCallum and Angela Zeng have played duets together since they started studying the cello. Our annual Side-by-Side with OSO and OSYO captures this same spirit of family music making.
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Nestled deep in the beautiful Kootenay mountains of Western Canada lies the home of Moontricks, a duo whose timeless sound captures the essence of their rugged roots. Combining their love of folk, blues, and electronic music, Nathan Gurley and Sean Rodman are blazing their own trail, merging musical worlds previously unacquainted and capturing audiences along the way. Since connecting in their rural hometown through a shared love of music, the pair’s chemistry was instantly apparent. With Gurley at the production helm and Rodman on songwriting and vocals, they’ve birthed an authentically raw and seductive sound infusing grassroots blues, wistful soul, and gritty, boot­stomping bass. Their breakout organic hit “Home” has surpassed 1 million streams and their music is frequently licensed for film and television. Once a best­kept secret in Canada's festival circuit, Moontricks is now taking their sound worldwide. Feeling just as at home on an electronic festival stage one weekend and a folk festival the next, their spirited live performances feature an assemblage of guitar, keys, banjo, and vocals atop stunning original productions. Their touring schedule has seen them play across North America and Australia with stops at major festivals like Lightning In A Bottle, Rainbow Serpent, and Shambhala Music Festival ­ where they’ve become fan favourites, playing every year since their debut in 2013. From rural beginnings to global festival stages, this humble duo is now taking on the world. Dazzling audiences with their infectious vibe and unmistakable rhythm, Moontricks are clear proof that originality and passion can spark a creative odyssey.
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Sun Feb 13
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RCA Presents Canadian cultural icon, comedienne, and social activist Mary Walsh. In this unique performance, Walsh will perform some of her best comedic bits and most popular characters from Dancing With Rage, CODCO, and This Hour Has 22 Minutes, along with up-to-the-minute local political satire.
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Mon Feb 14
Tue Feb 15
The purpose of this workshop is to build a strong foundation in hand drumming technique and artistry. The workshop is intended for beginner to intermediate drummers.
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RCA Presents: Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Tour (with special guests Digging Roots). Don't miss a special evening with this iconic roots-rock combo.
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Wed Feb 16
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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Feb 17
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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It is strongly recommended that registered patrons come at least 5 minutes before the show starts. Otherwise, slots would be opened to walk-in guests. Kenny Wayne is a throwback to the golden age of classic rhythm and blues. Born in Spokane and raised in New Orleans, his powerful music recalls the era when piano players like Fats Domino and Amos Milburn and Bill Doggett worked the chitlin’ circuit on the “strolls” in dozens of American cities. As a one-man cheering section for the days when blues and small jazz bands met the roots of rock and roll, Wayne is unapologetic about the music he plays. Sherman Doucette was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Sherman’s natural ear for music began developing at an early age. He left home at fifteen with a harmonica and a twenty dollar bill in his pocket, bound for Vancouver. It was there that he discovered the Chicago blues style on an album featuring Muddy Waters, Junior Wells and James Cotton. By seventeen, he had developed a style of playing greatly influenced by the late great Paul Butterfield. Sherman has had the great privilege of sharing the stage with legendary players such as John Lee Hooker, Albert Collins, Sony Land Slim, Pinetop Perkins, Jim Byrnes and Long John Baldry. School of Blues is on the 3rd Thursday every month from September to December 2021. Beginning January 2022, School of Blues will begin at 7:15 PM.
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Fri Feb 18
Our professional instructors are geared up to keep your youth involved and active in a variety of ways with dance and drama games, crafts, and art masterpieces. Advance registration is required. Previously purchased RCA Punch Cards are accepted. For kids 5-10 years old. Bring nut-free snacks, lunches, and water bottle. This camp runs from 9am to 4pm.
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Ballet Kelowna revives the Company’s most successful commissions in Reprise. Featuring Kunal Ranchod’s dazzling Within the Golden Raga, Simone Orlando’s captivating Cuatro Estaciones, and Alysa Pires’ vivacious MAMBO, this invigorating collection of dance showcases the range and versatility of our dancers
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Sat Feb 19
Ballet Kelowna revives the Company’s most successful commissions in Reprise. Featuring Kunal Ranchod’s dazzling Within the Golden Raga, Simone Orlando’s captivating Cuatro Estaciones, and Alysa Pires’ vivacious MAMBO, this invigorating collection of dance showcases the range and versatility of our dancers
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Ready to take your dance to the next level? Join Leona from Kelowna as she helps you build the stepping stones to feel like a beautiful and confident dancer. TLC Bellydance focuses on building Technique, Layers and Combinations and Choreography--T.L.C. And it is all done in Leona’s fun, inclusive and engaging way. Learn to be the best version of yourself and have a great time doing it.
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Thu Feb 24
This workshop focuses on helping students feel comfortable around a camera, whether that be their phone camera or a sophisticated digital camera. We will cover basics including shutter speed, aperture, and fstop settings, including how to utilize each. As well, students will be given prompts to help them begin to find ways of expressing themselves with photography. Students will also be encouraged to form their own projects and share and connect with their classmates. The course objective is to have students learn to feel comfortable with photography as an artistic medium, learn to create an online portfolio to display their art, how to conceptualize their work, as well as explore different styles of photography.
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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